In-Browser File explorer
Infomation and Overview
File browser provides a file managing interface for your home directory. All from within your web browser.
Everything you could possible need from a File explorer with all the convince of using any web browser your comfortable with.
Please make yourself aware of the Ultra.cc Fair Usage Policy. Directly pointing File Browser to share your cloud storage will create extreme strain on your slot's disk and could cause a 24-hour ban on accessing your cloud storage. It is _your_ responsibility to ensure usage is within acceptable limits. Ignorance is not an excuse. :::
Filebrowser provides a file managing interface within your home directory, and it can be used to upload, delete, preview, rename and edit your files—all from within your web browser.
|My Files||Brings you back to your h=Home Directory|
|New Folder||Create a new empty folder in the current directory|
|New File||Create a new empty file in the current directory|
|Settings||Various settings including language, Theme, and user creation rules|
|Logout||Logout of current session|
Downloading and uploading files
File Browser allows you to upload and download files directly from the web UI using the array of icons in the top right corner of the page
During upload and downloading, FileBrowser will display a light blue bar in the top left-hand corner moving right to indicate progress; It is also confirmed as in progress by the changing of the icon on the right-hand side into spinning arrows
Adding a User and Setting file access
Under Settings, you will find the option to create a user.
|Username||Desired Username for user|
|Password||Desired Password for user|
|Scope||This is an essential option as this will be the folder the user may access. In this example, it is set to
|Permissions||You can set the kind of actions a user can perform; for example, you may want to allow download but never allow upload so that a user can not deposit files onto your slot. You'd untick create Files and Directories|
Why can I not upload any file above 2 Gigabyte?
Please note that in the event you have to reinstall your webserver this fix will not remain and will need to be reapplied. It will persist over restarts, however.
Nginx can cause uploads to fail, this is simple to address by editing a file.
Find the line that begins
client_max_body_size and add a
# at the start of the line to comment it out if it exists
Save the file with the following
Hold Ctrl press X then Y then Enter
restart Nginx and FileBrowser
app-nginx restart && app-filebrowser restart
You should now be able to successfully upload larger files.